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MS002 B05 F01-20 - Ships W-Z, List of Insured Ships

Protests and claims, for losses to ships and cargo, from the United States, Havana, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Demerary, and other countries. Includes correspondence from captains and owners, bills, receipts, and accounts. Arranged alphabetically by ship’s name. Box 5 F1: Thomas Wilson (Ship), 1810-1820. Bilged on the Isles of Shoals. Joshua Haven. Benjamin Brierley. F2: Tom (Ship), 1806-1807. Cast ashore in Portsmouth. Peter Turner. Andrew Simpson. Nathanial A. Haven. John Haven. F3: Trajan (Ship), 1818. Storm-damaged cargo auctioned at Hamburg, Germany. Joshua Neal. William Briard. Robert Jameson. Peter Traner. F4: Triton (Ship), 1820. Statement of loss. Vessel was r

MS022 B01 F05 - Thomas Beck and Thomas Beck Jr., papers

Papers include several deeds for land purchased by Thomas Beck and Thomas Beck Jr. One of the deeds includes land in Greenland and Rye. There is also a will for Samuel Oakes, uncle of Thomas Beck and from whom Thomas Beck inherited real estate. There is an appointment for Thomas Beck Jr. as surveyor of highways.There are also three receipts, two for taxes paid by the Becks and one for "services in your store" from Samuel Elkins to Thomas O. Beck. 1790Jeremiah Holmes, shipwright of Portsmouth, to Thomas Beck land in Portsmouth 1794Samuel Oakes, husbandman of Portsmouth, will leaving estate to Thomas Beck 1794Samuel Philbrook, cabinet maker of Greenland, to Thomas Beck land in common from

MS042 - Court of Common Pleas (Rockingham County) Records, 1782-ca. 1845 (Ms. #42).

This material primarily consist of court cases, including debts, or complaints alleging assaults or stolen property. There is a letter written by attorney Nathaniel A. Haven of Portsmouth NH on July 28, 1821, concerning a legal case. There is also one written by a Portsmouth town official on February 24, 1790, requesting the court force two African Americans to leave the town because they were branded as "vagabonds." All the cases were heard either in the dwelling house or the office of a specific justice. Many of the cases were heard by Nathaniel Adams, who was the first President of the Portsmouth Athenaeum. Related Collections S737 Bound Volume of Nathaniel Adams Court Cases at the P

Image of MS107 B02 F39 - Sherburne Plains Indenture

MS107 B02 F39 - Sherburne Plains Indenture

Indenture between Joseph and Thomas Sherburne and John Sherburne. Indenture is a lease of land, farm and a house at the Plains in Portsmouth which Joseph and Thomas are part owners of. Dated February 4, 1739/40.

Image of MS107 B03 F60 - Cyprian Jaffrey Tax Document
Ship Mary Ann Document

MS107 B03 F60 - Cyprian Jaffrey Tax Document Ship Mary Ann Document

Two documents pasted together: Part 1: Order to Joseph Moulton of Portsmouth to collect taxes from Cyprian Jaffrey, with a list of ways taxes could be paid, including gold, silver, hemp, flax, Indian corn, pork, wheat, cod fish, iron, boards, etc. Signed (copy) by the assessors, Hunking Wentworth, John Cutt and Tobias Langdon and the selectmen, John Moffatt, J. Sherburne, Mark Langdon, and Henry Sherburne. Note on the back states that Jaffrey had been committed to the "Goal in Portsmouth" for non payment of the taxes owed. Dated Portsmouth, October 18, 1748. Part 2: Document signed by N. Cushing, Judge of the Maritime Court for Massachusetts, stating that the ship Mary Ann, bound from F

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MS107 B03 F63 - Liquor Documents

Two documents pasted together: Both documents related to the sale of liquor in New Hampshire. Part 1: Document appointing Jno. Sherburne and Jacob Sheafe to oversee the sale of liquor in New Hampshire [?]. Dated October 26, 1768. Part 2: Document related to the sale of liquor in various counties or New Hampshire. Signed by Jonathan Warner and John Sherburne. March 18, 1773.

REF F44 .P8 N48 - Pamphlet

Summary of Portsmouth town papers at the N.H. Division of Records and Archives. Many of these available in the N.H. State Papers. See Folder listing for Vol. and page no.

S0415 - Marsh Deeds, 1804-1845

This collection of Portsmouth area deeds (S0401-S0445) includes deeds from all the following families plus others. The majority of the deeds are from Portsmouth. Other towns included are Greenland, New Castle, Newington, Piermont, Northwood, Wakefield, Gilmanton, Durham, Goffstown and Rye, NH. Islands included are Jackson's Island and Leach's Island. Families cited include: Abbot, Adams, Akerman, Atkinson, Ayer, Banfill, Brackett, Beck, Brewster, Butler, Cate, Cheever, Claggett, Clarkson, Colbath, Cotton, Dearborn, Dennett, Dow, Eldridge, Edmonds, Fisher, Fernald, French, Furbor, Goddard, Goss, Greeley, Hale, Hall, Ham, Harris, Hart, March, Haven, Hight, Hill, Huse, Huske, Jackson, Jaffrey, J

S0438 - North Church, Jackson, Dow, Sherburne, Huse & Hall Deeds, 1676-1853

This collection of Portsmouth area deeds (S0401-S0445) includes deeds from all the following families plus others. The majority of the deeds are from Portsmouth. Other towns included are Greenland, New Castle, Newington, Piermont, Northwood, Wakefield, Gilmanton, Durham, Goffstown and Rye, NH. Islands included are Leach's Island and Jackson's Island. Families cited include: Abbot, Adams, Akerman, Atkinson, Ayer, Banfill, Brackett, Beck, Brewster, Butler, Cate, Cheever, Claggett, Clarkson, Colbath, Cotton, Dearborn, Dennett, Dow, Edlridge, Edmonds, Fisher, Fernald, French, Furbor, Goddard, Goss, Greeley, Hale, Hall, Ham, Harris, Hart, Hatch, Haven, Hight, Hill, Huse, Huske, Jackson, Jaffrey, J

S0872 - Tax List for New Castle, New Hampshire

Tax list for New Castle, NH in 1728 listing name and amount of tax paid as well as a paragraph about the collection of taxes. Names are listed in the People index.

S1231 - Portsmouth Academy Record Book

Record book was kept between 1812 and 1828. The book begins on April 17, 1812 with an assessment of shares. It then details "Cash Paid" items including: For the Lot of Land & Deed 1884. For the Building 7867.31 … Paid Teachers… During the years 1812 and 1813 money was collected for assessments from 35 individuals including, Nathaniel Adams, George F. Blunt, Oliver Briard, B. Brierlet, E. D. Brown, Samuel Chauncy, Edward Cutts, Samuel Elliott, Thomas Elwyn, Nathaniel Folsom, Theodore Furber (estate), John Goddard, Samuel Haines, Andrew Halliburton, Henry Haven, John Haven, H. S. Landson Jr., John Langdon, Samuel Larkin, George Long, Thomas Lunt, Isaac Lyman, Matthew Marsh, Jeremiah Mas